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't abandon them, you improve them. make them better. >> stephen: you say like franken styne. >> exactly. one of essays is we misunderstood franken styne. the lesson is not to create new technologies or life even the lesson is we should never abanden our creations. dr. franken styne saw the creation, it wasn't like he expected it and he abandoned it. that's what turned his creature into a monster. >> stephen: that's what nuclear energy became for us in the 70s. three mile island we abandoned it even though it needed love, even though it had thrown that girl in the lake. [ laughter ] >> the technology we used to power nuclear submarines it was the wrong technology. there's much better. >> stephen: what kind of technology? >> liquid metal, fuels, other fuels. >> stephen: soriium. i see that online all the time. >> there's a half dozen technologies we haven't done enough to push. in 1994 congress cut an important experimental program. it got confused with nuclear weapons. country don't pursue nuclear weapons because they have -- >> stephen: you believe iran is not pursuing nuclear weapons. >> ne
. with al franken before franken was running for senate franken had a movie called something about god. god sake al franken god sake. there was a screening room there is a screening room at 20th century fox. i had ran into the vice president. i had previously interviewed the vice president you will recall much to your chagrin i was a principle defender of bill clinton impeachment days. i saw him before our chance encounter here at fox news world headquarters. i run into the vice president with al franken by his side. he looks me up and down and says look where you ended up as if to say to me my goodness how could you possibly sell out to go to work here for news? i said i'm still the same guy. and the vice president says to me in a very terrific terrific tisk. i bet you will never by the the hand that feeds you i would tailor my remarks. >> bill: he insulted you. in the past you would have hit him with a chair but you didn't. >> there what were no chairs. >> bill: you absorbed the insult. tables are turned big al gore making a lot of money from oil sheikhs who. they provided the money that
the senate. and to back that up, you know this al franken guy? do you know him? >> yeah, i know him. senator franken? >> bill: i think is he a complete weasel and here is the proof of that. he is about as left wing as you get. but he is the senator from minnesota. and he was asked by the rochester post bulletin newspaper if he supported a ban of assault rifles. and he won't answer. his spokesperson mark kimble said, quote: i guess i don't have an answer for you. so, franken won't say whether he wants to ban assault rifles because is he from minnesota, a state that's not going to take kindly to that point of view. that's what a lot of these democratic liberal senators that's the position they are in. >> let me just tell you something. i read what senator franken said he affirmed his support for the second amendment rights of people. as a matter of fact. the d.c. vs. heller case is say people have an individual right to bear arms and connected that to self-defense. i don't think senator franken has taken issue to that at all. >> it's a simple question. do you want assault rifles to be banned?
ready for another change. >>> plus the so-called franken you're on timeout leo! some things won't last 25 years. ah! woof! some things will. some things won't last 25 years. ah! woof! some things will. . >>> i'm angie dpof in the news 4 live desk. new information into the newsroom about the problems that led to the grounding of all those boeing 787s. nippon airways says even before two battery fires on board shall the dreamliners, the airplane replaced ten batteries in its aircraft. the thing is they never reported it because safety was not considered a concern at the time. the airline says even then some of those replacement batteries were replaced. again, as of this morning, all 787s around the world are grounded pending investigation. at the live desk, angie goff news 4. >>> that is the sound of thousands of egyptians defying a mags wide curfew overnight. the curfew was put in place by egyptian president mohamed morsi after anti-government protests left 60 dead and hundreds injured. protesters played soccer in the street, danced and rallied. they say morsi hijacked the revolution an
with democrats getting through the senate. al franken from minnesota liberal senator said that he wasn't sure whether he was in favor of the assault weapons ban. i sent a tweet out: >> so, you know, and today after i did that, al franken it's got to be from our tweets said in fact he is infuser of in favor of the assault weapons ban. >> cenk: al franken is supposed to be one of the most progressive senators in the country, and even he is saying well, i'm undecided. if he says he's undecided how much chance does obama and biden have of passing it through the senate. >> that's where the politics comes back. all senators up for 2014, the politics is sometimes so much more powerful, it makes you think of term limits. you see how the president is going hard at some issues when he doesn't have to run again it would be nice to see some of these senators do the same thing. >> lawmakers in illinois are trying to pass same-sex marriage but the catholic church doesn't want to have anything to do with it. >> we're here because we want to make sure that this goes through this year. >> it's not fair and we
know where you are, but what roads you took to get there. could be gres led by senator al franken is now getting serious about oversight of those who are watching you. thew0éiq bill moving through congress that would tell us who is tracking us and who is going about it this, information could allow computers and programs to figure out religious and political afillation was your driving and shopping tab yits -- habits. a thing of beauty has just been rolled out in detroit. let me show you. the brand new corvette sting ray. right. what that name hasn't been used since 1976 but it's pack. -- back, sporting 450 horse power projecting from zero to 60 in under four seconds. with that this, will be the most fuel efficient corvette ever produced. the price? well, how much do you have? you can spend about $50,000 to more than $113,000. >> how many horse power? are they selling that to the government? >> it's pretty. >> thank you. >> we're talking about cars, also in detroit cadillac ats has been named 2013 north american car of the year. it's a compact luxury sedan designed to compete wit
's a psychology expert. >> you think it's weird? i think this race long time coming. we created these franken-celebrities and they feel this need to live up to this level of pesk -- perfection, and if they do anything human they have to apologize it would be okay okay beyoncÉ would say, it's cold, i didn't resears, but she felt the indiana to lie, even though the entire marching band, who was there, and she made them complicit in her lies. >> making look real, ripping out her ear piece. >> that's what entertainers do it's enter tape and it's okay to just entertain. brittany does it. jennifer lopez has never sang a note live in her life. it's okay. she is still entertaining. >> why do we accept that? >> we shouldn't. i mean, we do because i think we don't really think about -- we're so used to this cycle of, do something wrong, apologize, then do the big comeback. why do we allow the comeback? we should stop and say, if you're lying to us, you're a liar. why are we going to say you're not going to lie further? >> do you think it would have been good if she and the marine band, given the weath
-mills and syndicated columnist bob franken and boris epstein, contributor for "the daily caller" and u.s.news.com. one u.s. scholar says we ought to scrap the constitution. louis sideman, law professor, writing in the "new york times," quote, our obvious session with the constitution has saddled us with a dysfunctional political system and kept us from debating the merits of divisive issues and inflamed our public discourse. have constitutional restrictions paralyzed the process of governing, bob franken? >> well, dr. sideman will be so proud of me because i'll cut james madison from federalist paper 51 who said you must first enable the government to control the governed and in the next place oblige it to control itself, and that is the beauty of the constitution. that is to say it protects against the tyranny of the majority, as john adams said and then detoqueville said, and in fact makes it more difficult on the one hand to get things done, hence his complaint about dysfunctional government. on the other hand. it stops bad things from being done. it is a unique document in that it provides for a b
, senator franken and others have introduced bills in the united states senate to address precisely the questions that you are asking, governor, and we have supported them and we continue to look forward -- as a prosecutor i always want more tools. you know, i see a problem out there and i want to have the tools to fix it. we passed a hate crimes law in 2009 that enables us to work with local law enforcement in much more effective ways to combat hate crimes including but not limited to lgbt motivated violence. so we'd love to have more tools. but, you know, with the tools that we currently have, we're doing as much as we can and i think ruslyn's point about the uptick in the number of complaints we're both receiving, i'm not sure that necessarily reflects, as ruslyn correctly pointed out, that there's an uptick in violence. the doctrine of futility often resulted in less complaints being seen. i think there's a commitment in the federal level to doing our level best on these issues. >> tom, you talk about tools. ruslyn, what kind of tools, part of this is raising awareness, look
is he may have to run against fellow democrat and current senator franken lautenberg, as far as we can tell, they agree on just about everything. corey booker will answer steve kornacki's questions and will get tonight's last word. ♪ ♪ ♪ hi dad. many years from now, when the subaru is theirs... hey. you missed a spot. ...i'll look back on this day and laugh. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. . >>> so newark mayor cory booker has a problem, he wants to run for senate. the problem is there is currently an incumbent democratic senator in the seat he wants to run for. he wants to respect that senator, he hopes that that senator, who happens to be 88 years old, will announce his retirement. that has not happened yet. so how does cory booker run and not run at the same time? i'll ask him. he will be on the last word. and john kerry, when he is confirmed for secretary of state. scott brown will not run for that seat. you heard it last week, more people are saying that. scott brown's possible re-writing of his political future is in tonight's "rewrite." [ male announcer ] this is
franken when both were in the building for the screening of a documentary. because i knew franklin an frad interviewed gore they both greeted me. then gore are shaking his head going look where you ended up meaning here at fox news. when i protested to the vice president that i was still the same man with the same beliefs he smirked at me and i will never forget and he said well, i guess you will never bite the hand that feeds you accusing me of being a sellout for teaing this job. who is the real hypocrit, mr. gore, i report, you decide. >>> a phoenix arizona jury will soon decide the fate of jodi arias a lovely young woman accused of a very ugly crime. >> what is going on? >> a friend of ours is dead in his bedroom. >> geraldo: the gruesome scene in june of 2008 when 30-year-old travis alexander is found murdered in his mesa, arizona, home. >> jodi arias killed travis alexander. the million dollars question is what would have forced her to do it? >> geraldo: after trying to implicate others, jodi arias through her attorney settles on is self-defense. >> it was travis of it continual abus
and see, i love that we got to find out that bob franken's ring tone was "hail to the chief." >> you know who was that? my wife. >> smart man. >> she demanded that ring tonight. >> what is yours heather? >> birds chirping. >> peaceful. >> and yours? >> a generic telephone ring. >> my agents use the theme from jaws, now you know. >> made for good tv to think that the president was walking in on your shot there and maybe joining us for an exclusive. my thanks to all three of you. thanks, gang, i really appreciate it. that will do it for me today, thank you for spending three hours with me, it's been a wild afternoon, hasn't it? join us tomorrow afternoon right here for the latest political news and analysis and be sure to tune in to "meet the press." that is when david gregory will interview general colin powell. in the meantime, keep it right here for the very latest in news and updates throughout the evening and we bid you a fond saturday afternoon farewell. have a great weekend, everyone, take care. [ male announcer ] rocky had no idea why dawn was gone for so long... ...but he'd wait fo
's announcement, franken's office hesitated whether he supports the ban but today he tried to clarify with a statement that seemed to hedge if he backs about wall legislation. saying i also support the principle that we should reinstate been a on assault weapons andly carefully review any proposal to do that. a top democratic senator privately told fox been a on assault weapons is a hard sale because it plays in republican charges that the president is taking guns away. >> if they don't understand the second amendment and how it applies they are willing to test it and see how much they can infringe upon it. >> which explains why the senate democratic leader is hedging. >> is it something that can pass the senate? maybe. is it something to pass the house? i doubt it. >> gun appreciation day is saturday. they told me with the fun lobby ripping up that support, hard to get the assault weapons been a but he thinks it's doable for the president to get something less controversial like the universal background checks. >> ed henry live on the north lawn. >> the theater is reopening there wit
to be back pedaling. al franken is up for re-election. today he put out statement saying in principle he supports a ban on assault weapons but didn't say he supports legislation to do that. what the fear is i'm told by one top democratic senator an assault weapons ban suggests the president is taking weapons away that plays into republican arguments like marco rubio who said this today on fox. >> there is a second amendment. i didn't write the constitution. i believe in it. if you are going to do anything that impacts it. it better make some sense. here is the problem that i have by the president's own admission, the things that they're putting forward would have done nothing to prevent what happened, for example, in connecticut. >> and that's why top democratic senator is telling me privately he thinks it's much more likely that the president will not get a ban on assault weapons. but, instead, will get something that's less controversial like a national background check, having a system like that. that's more likely to go through, bill. >> bill: ed, thank you. ed henry at the white hou
. senator al franken. pictures of me. >> those are all up on your facebook page. >> stephanie: yes. how radio is. not the same -- not as good as the senate apparently. >> what was his review of the show? >> this has not been your best show. >> stephanie: he wasn't at sexy liberal. it was great to see him. i know. actually you remember last time i felt like we were here, we launched the washington station with him. when we started. >> that's right. >> stephanie: like eight or nine years ago. it was me and him. >> the first washington station. >> we arrived in a horse-drawn carriage. >> stephanie: we almost got run over by john mccain. he looks angry for some reason. where does that take us to? i don't know. yesterday. >> yesterday. what did you do yesterday? >> stephanie: we went to the green ball right jacki? >> oh, wait, hold on. my mic was off. >> stephanie: sorry, were you busy? >> we're having a moment. i had to get roland to turn his shirt right side out. >> stephanie: we're live on the air. >> is that how that works? >> live? >> stephanie: all right. we went to the green ball. we
franken, michael more because they seem really mean to him, and all i agree i think there is mean convince the army and for no reason. i read like to have a career so i'm not going to name them but i think we know who they are. aggression is great but i don't like the mean-spirited test that some of these people on both sides have taken. i just don't think it is productive to it >> i don't think britney spears did for george bush in the last election so if you would call her a conservative i did say you have one conservative that is screwing up america. >> the party was much the democratic party in 2008 or 2000. maybe you disagree but where do you attribute that shift for the more moderate democratic party to the word i would consider very far left democratic party now? you get nominated to be a democratic presidential candidate you have to be pretty far over to the left at least i feel that line. >> you have an idea why they've moved to the left so far? >> i think it might have something to do with the primary symptoms. i haven't really thought about this carefully enough to give you a ve
today. dr. freedman, i want us to listen to something that senator franken said today. >> i want to be careful that we don't stigmatize mental illness. the vast majority of people with mental illness are no more violent than the rest of the population, in fact, they're more likely to be the victims. >> doctor, you wrote a piece about this. you pointed out that the shooter in newtown, connecticut was not psychotic, did not exhibit symptoms that a medical health care professional could have reasonably used in an evaluation that would somehow have prevented him from ever getting his hands on his mother's weapons. what can we reasonably expect from the mental health system in this arena? and what can we not reasonably expect? >> well, lawrence i think to answer that question it is important for viewers to understand that the vast majority of people with mental illness are not violent. in fact, people with mental illness contribute to only about 4% of violence in the united states. so all the focus on mentally ill people as the source of danger and violence is really a diversion and a
the discussion on gun violence. the brain trust is here. bob franken down in d.c., hey there bob. and anchor of "real news" at the blade, and former speech writer, bill frisk and and amy holms is here. >> i am flattered. >> t >> vice president biden in richmond, virginia on friday focused on background checks and vice president did not mention the ban on assault weapons. do you think that the ban iwas offered up as sacrafical lamb? >> no. the point is common sense gun safety legislation. that so many millions americans support at this time. and so, you have definitely had a change from where we were five, ten, 15 years ago. so, at this point, the nra, even the nra leadership is out of step with its own leadership and out of step with the majority of americans and there was a difference, i think it's important to say, there's a dichbs between the protection of rights and the protection of profits. nra leadership is trying to protect the profits not the rights of the leadership. >> if you notice, there's overwhelming support among americans for background checks. we have them as a matter of fa
to translate what the franken signs and a founding to contemporary debates about iraq and afghanistan? >> guest: a lot of them quote washington's farewell address and said he shouldn't be involved. there tends to be a very nativist threat going through those books and that discourse. >> host: tell us more about that. would he mean by nativist? >> guest: just to let the world fight and we need to pull back and take care of ourselves. so i think that is one point and i don't sense among those kinds of contemporary conservative writers, i don't get a sense of foreign-policy coherence the way that i do with the -- some of them are pro-intervention. >> host: we have conservative right-wing. >> guest: some of them are we need need to explore a democracy. a lot of them are much more, we need to just pull back, get out of these wars and take care of ourselves. and stop spending money on the war. >> host: there is a constitutional law and the one issues would have seen the founders quoted the most in my whole life for the past few years if states rights, what we might call federalism, the relative power
. >> thank you very much. senator franken. >> thank you, mr. chairman, for this incredibly important hearing, and we have 30 million more americans, we hope, if medicaid is adopted by the state, the expansion of medicaid, leaving some people still uninsured. i read the testimonies last night, and it is very clear that when you insure people, their health care outcomes are better, and it actually costs us money when people are not ensured. it's so clear. you hear, well, we have health care in the country. go to the emergency room. well, that's the most expensive health care, and it doesn't mean you get treated after the emergency room. it doesn't mean you get what you need to treed croppic conditions, and it -- all of your testimonies put the lie to that. i appreciate that. in minnesota, we do health care relative to the rest of the nation, extremely well. hhs's rate is number one in high value care, and outcomes provided by cost, and we, like wisconsin, have kind of a combination of urban centers and not the miles and miles and miles of miles and miles, but we have miles and miles. ranking m
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